EATS: Sunset Harbour welcomes Matthew Sherman’s latest culinary venture: Paradigm. The restaurant features clean soul food, inspired by Sherman’s own health journey.
ARTS: Patrick Glemaud opens politically charged exhibit “America Banned” at his art gallery Macaya just in time to spark conversation before the 2016 Presidential Election. Artists featured include Chor Boogie, Stuart Sheldon, and Ashley Reid.
HALLOWEEN: Monsters, goblins and ghosts, oh my! It’s that time of year and here’s where Miami adults can join the ghoulish fun without the “trick-or-treat.”
In for a scare? Here are Miami’s best haunted sites to visit this Halloween!
Matthew Makes an Appearance:
As October begins, South Floridians prepare for the first major storm in a decade: Hurricane Matthew. Preparing for the worst and hoping for the best, Miamians stock up on bottled water, flashlights, canned food and these things that may not initially come to mind.
Facing Fernandez Tragedy:
In light of the tragic death of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez on September 25th, fans and families look to one another for support. Death is a topic hard to tackle and families face this challenge as young fans cope with losing a role model and sports hero.
Sweet Treats in Brickell:
Indulge in a decadent dessert, constructed with precision and artistic flare at Brickell's Bachour Bakery + Bistro. Watch the pastry chefs behind-the-scenes as they compose these edible wonders.
It's almost Stone Crab season! Kick off this delicious time of year with South Beach Seafood Week from October 19-22 at Lummus Park. Tickets are available for everything from the chef showdowns to cocktails and seafood tastings.